SMEs

2015 SME Conference: Fraud risk in China

SJ Grand Financial and Tax Advisory and The European Union Chamber of Commerce are delighted to invite you to the SME Conference on Thursday 14th May 2015 in Shenzhen.

Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone Arbitration Reform

The China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone has recently introduced an innovative Arbitration Reform, aiming at improving investors’ confidence by complying with international standards in Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADR).

Extending Tax Breaks for startups to boost jobs in China

The extension of tax break has been announced by the State Administration of Taxation together with the Chinese Ministry of Finance. Such measure is taken in order to increase employment in China due to graduates and unemployed people who struggle to find work. The previous expiration was until the end of December 2013 but has been prolonged till December 2016 also expanding the plan’s extent of range, including every sector.

China poised to launch junk bond market

--China may launch a junk-bond market as early as this month, could expand access to credit for smaller private firms--

The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) has met with executives at the country's key brokerage houses and told them it wants a market for high-yield bonds, the China Business News, a Shanghai-based daily, cited attendees at the meeting as saying.

Chinese Government Vows Support for Small Companies with $2.4 Billion Fund

 Amid China’s slowing economic growth, the government has pledged to support small and micro-sized businesses with a 15 billion-yuan ($2.4 billion) fund. China’s economy grew 8.9 % in the last quarter of 2011, marking the slowest growth in 10 quarters, mainly due to a slowdown in exports and curbs on the property market. Expansion may cool to about 7.5% this quarter and 7.6% in the three months through June, until policies to spur growth kick in, according to Nomura Holdings Inc. 

China to encourage HK listings

 --Small and medium size firms to be allowed to list--

 The China Securities Regulatory Commission plans to relax controls on Hong Kong and overseas listing for Chinese companies by revising rules this year, simplifying the approval procedures and lowering thresholds for small to medium sized and privately owned Chinese companies to list. This move will open the door wider for small and medium enterprises and encourage more mainland companies to seek yuan-denominated listings in Hong Kong.

SMEs face difficult business conditions in China

--Regional report says conditions currently worse than during 2008 crisis--

Small and medium size enterprises (SMEs) are facing a tougher business environment recently in China, according to a regional survey of more than 4,000 companies, over 90% of which were SMEs, the China Daily reports.

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